23 gennaio 2013

Frozen Yogurt Recipe

 Frozen Yogurt Recipe

If you are looking for an alternative to ice cream to keep your hot summer days cooler, frozen yogurts makes a great summertime treat for you and your family.
Frozen yogurt is easy to make and only need basic ingredients for a vanilla flavored frozen yogurt. However, patience is a virtue when it comes to waiting in getting the right consistency of your frozen yogurt.

What You Will Need:

  • 1 Ice Cream Machine
  • 1 Large double boiler pot
  • Cheesecloth
  • Strainer
  • 1 large bowl
  • 2 cups of plain yogurt
  • 3 cups of whole milk
  • 1/2 cup of white sugar
  • 1 packet of 3 oz. gelatin
  • 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon of salt
How To Make Your Frozen Yogurt
  1. Lined the strainer with the cheesecloth. Put the 2 cups of plain yogurt into the strainer for 3 hours or more to drain any excess liquid. Set aside.
  2. Take the 3 cups of whole milk and the 1/2 cup of sugar and place in a bowl. Mix well together.
  3. Add in the salt to the mixture and the packet of gelatin. Using gelatin in the frozen yogurt mixture adds thickness to the snack when done.
  4. When all the ingredients are blended well, pour the mixture into the large double boiler pot. Let it simmer for at least 5 minutes or when the entire gelatin is dissolved.
  5. When the entire gelatin is dissolved, take the pot off the heat and set aside to cool.
  6. Once the mixture has cooled down, put the vanilla extract and the yogurt and stir well.
  7. Put the mixture into a large bowl and using a plastic wrap, cover it and refrigerate the frozen yogurt mixture for at least 8 hours.
  8. Use an ice cream machine to churn your frozen yogurt. Read and follow the instructions that came with your machine to get the right duration for your frozen yogurt. Freeze the yogurt mixture.
You now have made your own delicious great tasting frozen yogurt. For best results though, freeze the yogurt for more than 3 days to get the desired consistency.

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Frozen Yogurt Specials that Work!

Missy’s Frozen Yogurt in Colorado was in the market for a point of sale system. Griff’s Dispensary recommended Cafe Cartel POS they use as they were very happy with their POS system and service.

Missy’s Frozen Yogurt liked what they saw and that the company had so much frozen yogurt experience. What they found most appealing was the tier pricing function. Normally, this functions was used for Medical Marijuana Shops. It gave the shop the ability to automatically scale the pricing the more the customer buys.

For example, if a patient came in and purchased over a certain amount of ounces, the price per ounce would decrease.

So for example:

1 Gram = $20.00 ($20.00 per gram)
3.5 Grams = $35.00 ($10.00 per gram)
7 Grams = $55.00 ($8.00 per gram)

Missy's Frozen yogurt saw this as an opportunity to offer a year round promotion that no other yogurt shop had in it’s area. The tier pricing would encourage customers to buy more frozen yogurt as the price went down the more they bought. This also encouraged customers to bring in friends to get the most out of the deal.

or less than 8 oz is $.049 cents per ounce.
more than 8 oz they would give $0.05 cents off per ounce.
and more than 24 ounces they would discount $0.09 cents per ounce.

or another way to say it:

< 8 oz $0.49 cents per ounce.
>8 oz < 24 oz $0.45 per ounce!
>24 oz $0.40 cents per ounce!

They realized that because an average customer bought 8 ounces, they could get individuals to buy just a little more, and then beyond that friends could encourage each other to go together, because it would be cheaper for them. Her customers though this was a great deal. She already offered no toppings at a discount, but this gave her another bonus she wanted in her marketing campaign.

*Please note, due to the current status of Medical Marijuana Collectives and Dispensaries in the country, the names of the stores and owners have been changed to protect their privacy.

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